What HELLO!’s Editor-In-Chief’s monthly beauty routine looks like

Andrew M. Santos

The Telegraph

How I swapped lockdown Britain for the paradise of Covid-free New Zealand

It was an unusual travel scenario, though perhaps befitting in what has been a truly bizarre year. Bleary-eyed and exhausted, I had been guided by uniformed Defence Force personnel through health and administrative procedures and then to a hotel room which I had not booked – at least, not in the traditional sense. This was where I spent 14 days isolating, the final hurdle after travelling 35 hours from my home in London to my home country of New Zealand. To some, bringing in the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) may seem an extreme measure for accompanying weary travellers to their isolation accommodation. But the necessity is in the job title – they are part of the country’s first line of defence against Covid-19, which sees strict border controls, a comprehensive track-and-trace system, and a mandatory

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Global Blast Chillers Market Is Expected to Reach USD 3 billion by 2028 : Fior Markets

Andrew M. Santos

Newark, NJ, Jan. 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As per the report published by Fior Markets, the global blast chillers market is expected to grow from USD 1.9 billion in 2020 and to reach USD 3 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 5.9% during the forecast period 2021-2028.

The global blast chillers market has witnessed significant growth in recent years. This growth is attributed to the increasing demand for blast chillers from fish and meat processing industries, restaurants, bakeries, catering units, development in environmentally and eco-friendly blast chillers, and growing demand for preservation of fragrance and maintenance of food quality for a longer time. Many end-users are adopting blast chillers for the preservation of food and maintaining the quality of food.

The device operated in commercial kitchens for quick cooling of foodstuff, either pre-cooked or fresh by diffusing a cool air in it for maintaining its essence, is

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Carolina Herrera’s Good Girl Is The Most Popular Fragrance In The World

Andrew M. Santos

Whether you opt for citrus, nostalgic or even a celebrity fragrance (Britney Spears Fantasy, I love you), finding your signature scent is no mean feat. The fact we’re all trapped in lockdown with no access to beauty halls and fragrance samples makes our quest for the perfect new fragrance all the tougher.

If you’re in the market for a new scent but have no idea where to start, opting for the world’s most popular female fragrance could be a good place to start.

We’ve smelt over 500 fragrances to find the best perfumes of all time and these were the results

Yes, you might smell the same as everyone else but as the number 1 most-searched fragrance in 42 countries, Carolina Herrera’s Good Girl, £51, sure smells good.

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According to research from online beauty retailer LookFantastic

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Is Amazon’s Just Walk Out Tech A Glimpse of Things To Come?

Andrew M. Santos


The world of shopping has definitely been shifted towards ecommerce in recent times. More and more people are shopping online and enjoying the convenience of having everything they need delivered to their doorstep. Statista predicts that ecommerce is expected to reach $1.2 trillion in sales this year. However, despite online shopping growth, brick and mortar stores aren’t being neglected in the technological upheaval. New technology from Amazon’s Just Walk Out enables shoppers to walk out of a store with their goods without waiting in lines, going to a cashier, or interacting with store employees if they don’t want to. 

Travel convenience store retailer Hudson recently announced a partnership with Amazon to introduce the technology into their stores, facilitating a grab-and-go, contactless shopping experience. This technology could change shopping and provide store owners with more customer data to personalize the customer experience. To understand the possibilities that await, we

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